Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art Launches Online 

The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art will host its first show on April 30. Image courtesy of mowna

NEW YORK – The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art is a newly opened online museum specifically designed for the digital age. This cutting-edge, online platform provides a space for artists and art of all mediums to be showcased while providing visitors and members with a unique experience.

Available for viewing now, the Opening Show features a variety of wild and newfangled art, including interactive exhibits, 360 videos, experimental photography, films, videoart, sound, gifs, software-generated works and the first Zoom Mini Opera.

“Now more than ever, artists need financial relief as well as an accessible place to showcase their art” said artist Cari Ann Shim Sham*, who co-founded the museum along with artist Joey Zaza.

“As large institutions cancel or postpone shows, the art that is being made currently will not be seen, might be lost, or perhaps considered irrelevant by a show that is scheduled as far off as 2022,” said Zaza.

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Submissions are now open for the 2021 mowna Online Biennial, free of charge, with a deadline of March 2. The Online Biennial opens on April 30 and runs through Sept. 22, featuring 100 international artists. Official selections will be announced on April 9. To submit, visit www.mowna.org/submit/2021-biennial and fill out the online form.

The submissions for the 2021 mowna Biennial may include interactive experiences, movement, abstract, play, sound, street, fashion, animations, live performance, photography, illusions, nature, software, video art, memes, writing, bots, gifs, vr, ar, xr, painting, sculpture, sketches, theater, poetry, opera, cinema and other creative things an artist dreams up.

Courtesy of the Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art

To experience MOWNA visit www.mowna.org.